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Re: New sites on giant eucalypts

very good questions Jess. Firstly climate: While there is a winter, spring maximum for rainfall in both Victorian and Tasmanian big tree areas, summers generally have some rainfall (averages vary in different regions, however, average falls are between 70 - and 100mm per month in E regnans zone) But...
by Brett Mifsud
Tue Mar 05, 2013 6:52 am
 
Forum: Australia and New Zealand
Topic: New sites on giant eucalypts
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Re: New sites on giant eucalypts

The eucalypts in these areas can get so big for a number of reasons: 1. Long absence of fire (450-500 years between catastophic fire) 2. Deep, relatively fertile loam type soils 3. Reliable rainfall 1000 to 2000mm per annum 4. Very fast growth -E. regnans can get very large very quickly - also tall ...
by Brett Mifsud
Mon Feb 25, 2013 5:57 pm
 
Forum: Australia and New Zealand
Topic: New sites on giant eucalypts
Comments: 12
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